Today he used the micro blogging site to ask “What do historians do?” and faced massive backlash.
The poster ads they have shared on social media to promote their application, preach about how a “zimmedaar pati” (responsible husband) and “sushil bahu” (ideal daughter-in-law) ideally behave.
“We have resumed selling buffalo meat in the canteen and most people are asking for the dish. It’s because of the news,” an official at Kerala House said.
The best takeaway from Zuckerberg’s townhall session was his assurance that facebook will work towards stopping candy crush requests.
People across India and Pakistan are showing their support for a harmonious living in this digital campaign started by Mumbai-based Ram Subramanian.
In one of the pictures released on the Web, the director seems to have missed out on some “fact-setting”.
The Maharashtra government has finalised the spot inside the Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art campus.
Bisha K Ali’s post about things women hear all their life is a must-read.
The international restaurant chain hung a banner with text “Peace Amity and Understanding”.
Puja pandals in Delhi-NCR tackle the existing paradox of worshipping goddesses on the one hand, and women being discriminated against on the other by focusing on the theme of women empowerment.
The new Pepsi ad, ‘Pepsi thi, pi gaya’, has an uncanny resemblance to the recent protests by FTII students. But viewers feel it it makes a mockery of a serious situation.
After registering his name in Limca Book of records for the longest piano recital of 52 hours, Delhi University student Mritunjay Sharma is now vying to make an entry in the Guinness World Book of Records.
These super-hilarious dubsmash videos will make you laugh hard.
There are still 45 days to go before his money gets disbursed.
The transgender people in the video enacted how they could take up different job roles after the government’s decision to recognize the transgenders came in place.
Justifying his action, the legislator Krishan Lal said that the PSO has been employed by the government to help him.
Shocking scenes were witnessed on the national television today when two guests on a live show used expletives, slapped and grappled with each other